[time-nuts] magnetic electronic components

Andrea Baldoni erm1eaae7 at ermione.com
Tue Jun 23 03:35:08 EDT 2015


On Mon, Jun 22, 2015 at 09:02:38PM +0200, Attila Kinali wrote:

> Hi,
> I was looking up some stuff and realized (again) that I don't know
> anything about how magnetic electronic components (inductors/solenoids,
> transfomers, baluns, ferrite beads...) work. Yes, I can calculate

I found myself in the same position and gathered those books:

-RF oriented

Understanding, building, and using baluns and ununs, Jerry Sevick
Transmission line transformers, Jerry Sevick
The design of impedance matching networks, P.L.D. Abrie

-General

Ferrites for inductor and transformers, Snelling and Gilles
Soft ferrites and accessories (databook, Ferroxcube)

-Power (SMPS)

Switchmode power supply handbook, Billings

-Pulse digital (more for historical curiosity than anything practical)

Digital magnetic logic, Bennion, Crane and Nitzan

(also other books have parts about magnetic design; be aware for old books
because they used non SI units)

and some tens of MB of free PDF documents (I give you some titles) and texts...

-Power (SMPS)

"PDF_GeneralTechnicalInformation.pdf" Inductors - General technical information (EPCOS)
"R-217.pdf" Report R-217 - Design of low-power pulse transformers using ferrite cores
"slup123.pdf" Magnetics design - 1: Introduction and Basic Magnetics
"slup124.pdf" Magnetics design - 2: Magnetic Core Characteristics
"slup125.pdf" Magnetics design - 3: Windings
"slup126.pdf" Magnetics design - 4: Power Transformer Design
"slup127.pdf" Magnetics design - 5: Inductor and Flyback Transformer Design
"slup128b.pdf" Magnetics design - R1: Reference Design Section - Magnetic Core Properties
"slup197.pdf" Magnetics design - R2: Eddy Current Losses in Transformer Windings
"slup198.pdf" Magnetics design - R3: Deriving the Equivalent Electrical Circuit
"slup199.pdf" Magnetics design - R4: The Effects of Leakage Inductance on Switching Power Supply Performance
"slup200.pdf" Magnetics design - R6: How to Design a Transformer with Fractional Turns
"slup201.pdf" Magnetics design - R7: Winding Data

I have almost nothing about laminated core transformers, but no one
winds them by himself nowadays except perhaps some tube amplifier guys.

Best regards,
 Andrea Baldoni



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